News from the

East Washingtonian newspaper logotype

September 13, 1913

Page 1

Local Brevities

N D Knettle is building a barn on his Zumwalt place

Frank Rach sold four horses to George Davis for $500.

Gus Obenland and his family left Sunday for their home in Seattle.

To let—2 rooms for light housekeeping. Opposite depot. 2t

Miss Hazel Burnett has gone to Bellingham to attend the State Normal school.

Mrs. Florence Melton bas returned from her visit to her daughter, Mrs. Bendix, at Walla Walla.

Have you joined the Fishermen? --adv

W. H Morrison came down from Spokane Saturday to join bis wife on her visit here and returned Monday.

Miss Eoline Wellman returned Saturday to her home at Starbuck, from a visit to her sitser, Mrs. H. F. Clodius. Miss Wellman will teach in the Starbuck school.

Low wood wheel track S42.50, can use for trail. First class for picking up grain. J. G, Morris. tf

Miss Margaret Davies after viisting the Misses Rhodes left Sunday for her home at Baker. Miss Gladys Darby accompanying her to Starbuck.

Mrs M. C. Sands, who came down from Eureka, Montana, last week says the winters are a little to cold for her up there, that she prefers Garfield county climate in the winter time.

Just received, a large line of Moore's Unleakable Fountain Pens. -L. T. Christopherson, jeweler. 2t

Master Clarence Hubbel with his Shepherd pup and game cock, returned to Starbuck Sunday, after spending the vacation months with his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Munch, at Pataha City.

Strayed—Two red yearling heifers branded two half circles on left hip. Notify S. R. Dixon —adv

J. E. Stentz and Bert McCabe sent to Clarkston Sunday to visit relatives and friends. they had just closed the season's run with R. H. Howell's combine, Mr. Stentz being separator tender.

Lost—On Main street, Wednesday aiternoon, arrow shaped fraternity pin, with name of owner on back. The finder will please leave the pin at this office   2t

Grace Harper, who had been visiting at the home of her grandmother, Mrs. Isaac Tewalt, left Saturday for her home at Spokane, Mrs. Tewalt accompanying her to Starbuck.

A big sale of Live Stock and farm implements will be held at the Chard farm, near Chard Station on the 24th of September

Sidney Arcenaux, the new proprietor of a clothes cleaning and repairing establishment in the Loy building, invites the closest inspection of his work, and guarantees prompt service to all patrons

Tha O W R & N Company will run in excursion train to the Walla Walla Fair and Frontier Days celebration on Saturday, September 27. Tickets will sell at $3.10 for the round trip. the train will leave Pomeroy about seven o'clock in the morning and arrive home at 10 or 11 at night.

If you have furniture, or any thing in the line of household goods for sale, call up Main 50 and let us figure with you -- Vassar & Son.

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